Classes: Litigation Technology
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B.S., University of Colorado
J.D., University of Colorado
George Brauchler is currently on active duty with the U.S. Army serving as the Chief of Military Justice for the 4th Infantry Division in Iraq. Major Brauchler has unmatched and varied experience in trial advocacy. He has 17 years of experience in the courtroom and has taken over 140 trials to verdict in state, federal, and military courts, the vast majority of which have been as a Prosecutor on behalf of Colorado and the U.S. He also has courtroom experience in civil law as both a plaintiff’s and defense attorney, and in criminal law as a defense attorney.
George Brauchler is a skilled trainer of trial advocacy. He has been requested by name to lecture in Germany, Italy, and Korea and across the U.S. for groups as varied as the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, the National Colleges of District Attorneys, the state prosecution councils of numerous states, and the U.S Army, Navy, and Air Force. He has also been a regular faculty member of the University of Denver College of Law, the University of Colorado School of Law and the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy JAG Schools.
Professor Brauchler has been a pioneer in—and strong advocate for—the burgeoning use of technology in the courtroom, emphasizing Power Point as the foundational software. George does more than preach the use of litigation technology; he uses it. With one exception, Professor Brauchler has used Power Point or some other technology in every case he has tried since being released from active duty in 2002.
George is married and has four children ages 8 and younger at home.